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Polarity (Decrepit Birth album)

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Released  July 27, 2010
Artist  Decrepit Birth
Label  Nuclear Blast
Length  38:18
Release date  27 July 2010
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Producer  Zack Ohren, and Matt Sotelo
Genres  Death metal, Technical death metal
Similar  Technical death metal albums, Other albums

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Polarity is the third studio album by the American death metal band, Decrepit Birth.


A music video for the song The Resonance was filmed, and is the band's first music video. It was directed by Ann Christin "Anki" Rihm. The artwork for Polarity was made by Dan Seagrave, who also has made the artwork for the band's first two studio albums.

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Track listing

  1. "(A Departure of the Sun) Ignite the Tesla Coil" – 6:33
  2. "Metatron" – 4:13
  3. "The Resonance" – 3:42
  4. "Polarity" – 4:26
  5. "Solar Impulse" – 2:52
  6. "Mirroring Dimensions" – 3:36
  7. "A Brief Odyssey in Time" – 1:01
  8. "The Quickening of Time" – 2:42
  9. "Sea of Memories" – 2:25
  10. "Symbiosis" – 4:23
  11. "Darkness Embrace" – 2:25
  12. "See Through Dreams" (Death Cover) (Digipak Bonus Track) – 4:27


  • Bill Robinson - vocals
  • Matt Sotelo - guitar
  • Joel Horner - bass
  • KC Howard - drums
  • Dan Eggers - guitar solos on "The Quickening of Time", "Symbiosis", and "Polarity"
  • Lee Smith - drums on "See Through Dreams", and "Darkness Embrace"
  • Ty Oliver - guitar solo on "Solar Impulse"
  • Production

  • Drum tracking by Zack Ohren at Shark Bite Studios
  • All guitar, bass, vocals, and keys tracked at Legion Recording Studio
  • Mixing by Zack Ohren and Matt Sotelo at Castle Ultimate Studios
  • Mastering by Jamal Ruhe at West West Side Studios
  • Songs

    1(A Departure of the Sun) Ignite the Tesla Coil6:34
    3The Resonance3:45


    Polarity (Decrepit Birth album) Wikipedia

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